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  • 5G and its impact on data centres

    14 Jan 2020 Alex Emms, Operations Director, KUP
    Expected 5G impact on data centres The relationship between 5G and the IoT is highlighted by a Gartner survey[i], in which 57% of respondents reported that their main interest in 5G was to drive IoT c ...
  • Joining 2bm on stand D910 will be DIRAK GmbH. DIRAK are developers of mechatronic locking solutions for controlled access and organised security in data and co-location centres, telecomms, industrial and healthcare. As well as providing the best solutions, we also look to inspire our clients and, in doing so, reinforce our reputation as the turn-to company for expertise, innovation, care and value. 

     

  • 400 VDC for Data Centers

    20 Dec 2018 SCHURTER

    Converting, transforming, converting, transforming – vast amounts of unused electricity simply disappear in data centers. The idea of switching the power supply to direct current and bypassing a large proportion of these losses results in a paradigm shift.

  • With nearly 20,000 senior decision makers attending last year, London’s Data Centre World conference is one of the biggest events for anyone interested in cutting-edge technologies and the power of data – the oil of the 21st century. The Synerise team will be waiting at booth number D680 to talk about how Artificial Intelligence can harness metadata to make marketing campaigns better targeted and more effective.

  • 2bm are delighted to be exhibiting at Data Centre World - the world’s largest and most influential gathering of data centre expertise. Visitors can find us at Stand D410 on March 21st-22nd at ExCel London.

    Joining us will be DIRAK GmbH, developers of mechatronic locking solutions for controlled access and organised security in data and co-location centres, telecoms, industrial and healthcare.

    Our combination of upcoming designs and exciting projects from the past year will be particularly relevant because of the data centre sector’s focus on security, IOT, industry 4.0 and the Edge. We will also be showcasing our capabilities as architects of data centre change.

    We are very excited to be exhibiting the E-LINE by Dirak, an advanced locking technology which has been adopted by some of the world’s most security-conscious organisations.

    Why not follow our updates throughout the event via 2bm’s social media channels, or better still, sign up to our mailing list and receive the very latest news and industry-relevant content; 2bm.co.uk/newsletter

     

  • 400 VDC for Data Centers

    24 Apr 2017 Schurter

    Converting, transforming, converting, transforming – vast amounts of unused electricity simply disappear in data centers. The idea of switching the power supply to direct current and bypassing a large proportion of these losses results in a paradigm shift.

  • With the appliance outlets of the 4710-5 series, SCHURTER launches the logical evolutionary stage to the successful 4710 - with a clear plus in functionality for status display.

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  • 20-Jan-2020
    16:34

    Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) has partnered with Microsoft to accelerate the group's digital transformation as part of a multibillion-pound tech investment pledge announced two years ago.

    The strategic partnership will see the tech giant develop a "modern digital workplace" for the group, which has committed to investing £3 billion in technology to bring its offerings up to speed with agile challenger banks like Monzo and Revolut.

    Under the partnership, LBG will get the full force of Microsoft Managed Desktop: Office 365 productivity tools, Microsoft-managed security and feature updates, and a cloud-based "advanced device solution" to support the group's currency management. 

    The post Lloyds Banking Group lines up Microsoft Azure as part of £3 billion tech splurge appeared first on Techerati.

  • 20-Jan-2020
    15:51
    AI Regulated

    Writing in the Financial Times, Google chief executive Sundar Pichai said new rules were needed to ensure it was developed and used responsibly. Artificial intelligence is “too important” not to be regulated because of the damage it could cause if left unchecked, the boss of Google has said. Sundar Pichai said the correct use of AI had the potential to save lives, but issues such as deepfakes and the “nefarious uses of facial recognition” showed it could also be a danger to public safety.

    The post Google boss claims AI must be regulated appeared first on Techerati.

  • 20-Jan-2020
    14:59

    According to reports that surfaced late last week, Intel is planning to lay off a substantial number of employees within its Data Center Group as part of a significant restructuring of the division.

    SemiAccurate and Anandtech both reported Friday that between 35 and 33 percent of staff within the company's data centre unit face losing their jobs, just days before the semiconductor giant is scheduled to report its fourth-quarter results to media and investors.

    The post Intel planning Data Center Group job cuts appeared first on Techerati.

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